Curacao Kayaking Excursion Reviews

Curacao Kayaking cruise excursion
Overall Rating
Glide along coral, sea life, and Curacao's gorgeous coastline while venturing off on a kayaking excursion.
Member Image Pat.D
5 reviews
Oct 2015
"Kayaking Adventure" which included snorkeling at an artificial reef (old sunken tug boat). Great sea Kayak ride, but be aware it's in the ocean and requires one to be in good shape. You Kayak to a pebble beach and then set off snorkeling with great guides (one of which is a free diver who can stay underwater insane amounts of time!). Tons of coral and fish to see.
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Provider: Carnival Cruise Line
Member Image Noto
1 review
Apr 2015
After a 20 minute bus ride, we got to the Kayaks and went to the open seas (larger waves, but not bad). We didn't find it tough at all. We got to a beach, got on some snorkels and masks (no flippers, which was irritating), and went to a sunken boat (small thing) that was about 10 feet deep. Decent fish and visibility, but nothing amazing. Still, we loved the kayaking - what a beautiful day! Don't forget your sunscreen!
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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image Hobscheshire
2 reviews
Mar 2012
Booked kayaking and snorkel tour with Thomson for £40ish (but when we got there, saw that it was a lot cheaper directly). 15 min trip from ship in bus, then we, with instructor, kayaked over to a beach, had a drink, then swam/snorkelled to sunken tug boat. Plenty of brightly coloured fish. Then swam back and kayaked back to base. Was good but kayaking was a bit tiring Lasted about 3 hours. Also walked around Willemstad port itself, quite pretty, plenty of shops, interesting swing bridge, had a drink on waterfront.
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Provider: Thomson Cruises

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